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Old 04-03-2013, 01:15 PM   #1
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I just ordered an entire MBRP exhaust. Headers, H Pipe and cat back exhaust. And a JTL CAI with Bama Tune. Should be about 2 weeks till I get it all and only days after that to install. Ill be sure to upload the pics an video of sound. Can't wait.
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Awesome! Need vids after install!
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Thanks again brother, you're going to love that setup.
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I just ordered an entire MBRP exhaust. Headers, H Pipe and cat back exhaust. And a JTL CAI with Bama Tune. Should be about 2 weeks till I get it all and only days after that to install. Ill be sure to upload the pics an video of sound. Can't wait.
Great choice man, that set up is going to be sick on your GT! Post up some video footage once you get everything installed, we'd love to check it out.

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I just ordered an entire MBRP exhaust. Headers, H Pipe and cat back exhaust. And a JTL CAI with Bama Tune. Should be about 2 weeks till I get it all and only days after that to install. Ill be sure to upload the pics an video of sound. Can't wait.
What tune?
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It's going to be bad A$$
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Old 04-03-2013, 04:53 PM   #7
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What tune?
I think I'll got with 93 Oct. but it just depends I might go a bit lower but just depends. I want the most for my buck so we will see
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If you want the best bang for the buck then 93 octane is it, who are you gonna have tune?
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I think I'll got with 93 Oct. but it just depends I might go a bit lower but just depends. I want the most for my buck so we will see
I recently swapped to an E85 tune and it's much more bang for the buck!
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If you want the best bang for the buck then 93 octane is it, who are you gonna have tune?
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I recently swapped to an E85 tune and it's much more bang for the buck!
Did you have to upgrade injectors?
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:06 PM   #12
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No I asked about that. They said I was good to go
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No I asked about that. They said I was good to go
So you can run E85. With just a tune ? That simple?
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No I asked about that. They said I was good to go
Sorry I was asking jetag. For a 93 tune stock injectors are more than enough, but I thought that E85 requires 47# injectors or bigger
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Did you have to upgrade injectors?
Yea. Installed 47 lb injectors. But they still work with 93 tune too.

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So you can run E85. With just a tune ? That simple?
Easy swap to 47 lb injectors. I'm getting 15 mpg average and E85 is only $2,99/gal in my area too.
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Yea. Installed 47 lb injectors. But they still work with 93 tune too.

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Easy swap to 47 lb injectors. I'm getting 15 mpg average and E85 is only $2,99/gal in my area too.
Um where are you dude, im moving!
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I recently swapped to an E85 tune and it's much more bang for the buck!
You didn't have to upgrade the fuel pump? When I went to e85 I upgraded my fuel pump to run at 30% instead of putting the stock close to Mac capacity. I'm supercharged though.
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Um where are you dude, im moving!
NW Houston area. For comparison 93 is $3.89/gal.

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You didn't have to upgrade the fuel pump? When I went to e85 I upgraded my fuel pump to run at 30% instead of putting the stock close to Mac capacity. I'm supercharged though.
I'm NA so not needed.
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I may have to check into this. Now can you still run Prem Unl ? With just a. Tune switch & of course the Gas ?
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I may have to check into this. Now can you still run Prem Unl ? With just a. Tune switch & of course the Gas ?
Yep just switch fuel type & tune.
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Yea. Installed 47 lb injectors. But they still work with 93 tune too.

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Easy swap to 47 lb injectors. I'm getting 15 mpg average and E85 is only $2,99/gal in my area too.
Be sure to keep all the filters changed, more so than normal. E85 will break down all the carbon deposits.
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E85 is the best! It's also much safer than 93 octane. Run it in the 98 and run it in the lightning because it makes so much power!
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